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Everyone gets stressed now and then - it's all about how you handle it
Don’t let your stress get out of control
If you’ve been having trouble managing your stress, try keeping a journal to keep track of the things that cause you stress and how you respond to them.
Record how you felt, how you acted and what helped you cope in the situation. This simple exercise can be very helpful in terms of identifying the strategies that work for you.
Healthy ways to respond to stress can be divided into two groups:
Since stress is inevitable, learning healthy coping strategies is critical to your mental and physical well-being. If stress continues to take the upper hand in your life, don’t wait to seek out professional help. See your doctor or a registered therapist.
Originally published in Wellness Matters, Canada Wide Media’s quarterly newsletter on health and wellness.